Furthur Live at 1st Bank Center on 2010-03-06
Set 2: Golden Road (to Unlimited Devotion) > Bird Song > Alligator > Bird Song Jam > Dark Star > Time > Jam > Dark Star > Morning Dew > Let it Grow > Midnight Hour > Goin' Down the Road Feeling Bad > And We Bid You Goodnight E1: Samson and Delilah E2: Uncle John's Band
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|Goin' Down The Road Feeling Bad|
|And We Bid You Goodnight|
|Uncle John's Band|
|Till The Morning Comes|
|Samson and Delilah|
|Next Time You See Me|
|Let it Grow|
- 2010-03-13 21:57:32
- PMD661> USB> Sound Forge > CD Wave> Flac Frontend> .flac
- Broomfield, CO
- Taped by
- Gerry Gladu
- Transferred by
- Gerry Gladu
- 1st Bank Center
Subject: Much better than the other recording from this night
I really prefer soundboards, but I've come across some very nice quality audience recordings. This one is pretty good, but it's not 5-star material. I think some folks are just so happy to have this at all that they give it five stars.
I'm trying to be objective. I love the original Dead, and Ratdog, and Phil Lesh & Friends, and now Furthur, but despite that love I have to be honest about the audio quality of this. As far as audience recordings go, compared to a really super high-quality show, this just doesn't rate five stars. Sorry. If you've been doing this as long as me, you'll know what I'm talking about. So, four stars is a nice average, worth-downloading show. But it's not top-of-the-line audio quality. Honesty, man. I'd love a 5-star, but this just isn't one.
Subject: This band is for sure getting tighter!
. Phil's playing is the best its been in 20 years. Bobby playing is also Top Notch. The Best he has sounded in years. JK playing continues to make me appreciate Garcia playing and tone that much more. I am so happy for JK that this is happening for him, I think Jerry's music,tone, and playing style will live on in JK playing for a new generation of Deadheads to see and hear!
I would give this show a 9.5/10. Phil and Bobby in the late 60's almost early 70's are playing like there 30 years old. Sounds kind of 76'ish. AMAZING SHOW from the First song to the Encore!
Best Source so far! Thanks Gerry..NLYFGO
Subject: THANK YOU, GOD!
A full 40 out of 5 stars.
Thank you Grateful Dead, Thank you taper. Thank you transferrer. Thank you Archives. Thanks to all involved in the deliverance...Yeah.
Thank you to and for every person alive who can hear this review in song.
This Bud Is For You.
The Lord Bless Thee and Keep Thee Tattooed Upon The Palms Of His Hands.
Forever ~ world without end.
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